Posted by: Pure Glory | 10/31/2015

Worship Daddy God In Spirit And Truth

imagesby Hazel Straub

When you face the storms of life, do not focus on the howling wind or the huge waves. Instead, focus on Jesus our Redeemer, who gave his life, so we can live and know Daddy God, As we praise and worship him, with our spirits, humbling our hearts, his presence envelops us. He inhabits the praises of his people.

Worship of God is not confined to a certain place but is the constant appreciation of his goodness, mercy, kindness and love to us, with our spirit. Our worship occurs 24 hours each day. Seeking him, acknowledging his presence, listening,  honoring and obeying him, constantly, is true worship. If we fail, turn from the sin and get your focus back on God. Ask him what he has to say about your situation. Then listen, believe, trust and obey him. In his presence, he gives us strength, for the storm. When you live to please Daddy God, you worship him in spirit and truth.

Jesus told her: “But an hour is coming, and is now here, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth. Yes, the Father wants such people to worship Him. God is spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth.” (John 4:23-24 Holman)

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